La Union Daytour: Lomboy Farms

Traveling is one of my cure whenever I’m having anxiety and migraine. It’s always been fun and exciting to visit a new place and be surprised of what the place can offer for us travelers. I’ve been to places in the north Luzon, Philippines such as Pangasinan, Pampanga, Subic and now in La Union. My blogger friends and I arrived in La Union at 6 in the morning of Sunday (June 26th) and our 1st stop is in Lomboy Farms in Bauang La Union. This farm is the pioneer in Grape Farm in the Philippines.

lomboy farm

lomboy farm with Sir lomboy

We are very fortunate to meet Mr. Lomboy – the owner, agriculturalist and the pioneer to have Grape Farm in the Philippines.

dragon fruit

Aside from Grapes, Lomboy Farms also produce Dragon Fruit and Guapple.

flowering grapes
Flowering Grapes
guaple
Guapple

guaples

grapes in lomboy farm

3 times in a year, tourist can pick their own grapes for a cost of Php 250 / 6USD 6.00 per kilo. They also sell their own wine for a cost of Php 300 per bottle / USD 7.00

It was a fruitful visit here at Lomboy Farms. They are open from 7 in the morning till 4 in the afternoon everyday.

Visit their Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/LomboyFarms

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18 thoughts on “La Union Daytour: Lomboy Farms

  1. Of the fruits here, I only like the grapes. I prefer smaller guavas than the guapple. I do not like the taste of dragonfruit at all.

  2. I haven’t tried guapple and it’s actually the first time I’ve read about it. Picking fruits in a farm seems tiring but a fun and unique experience.

  3. I loved fruits, be it small or big in nature. The importance of these healthy items in our lives adds much energy to perform with our daily activities. The farm looks cool to explore especially the grapes and dragon fruits. Moreover, I imagined or dreamed something amazing that I have had this farm someday.

  4. Farms are one of the most relaxing places a person can go to! It’s really nice to see all the fresh produce that they have here. The grapes look fantastic and I’m sure they are of good quality as well.

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